[REQUEST] Batch remux...

Jack0r

The Helping Squad
Forum Moderator
Not sure how the plans for this are in general. So in the meantime what you can do:
Download ffmpeg and save it somewhere it wont be deleted accidently.
Code:
@echo off
if [%1]==[] goto :eof
:loop
C:\FFMpegLocation\ffmpeg -i %1 -c copy -copyts %1.mp4
shift
if not [%1]==[] goto loop
Save the code above, using notepad, as remux.bat. Create a Shortcut to remux.bat and move that shortcut into shell:sendto (can be entered into the adress bar in explorer). Now select the files you want to remux to mp4 (or change the output format in the code above). Right-click the files >> Send to >> remux. It will remux one file after the other.
 

NLeseul

Member
I've reworked the remux dialog to support batch processing and drag/drop handling. See attached screenshot.

The code is available in a branch in my fork for testing, if anyone is interested. I'll probably put a PR in for it soon, after a little bit more time to make sure I'm not forgetting anything.
 

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WizardCM

Forum Moderator
Community Helper
This is awesome. I'd suggest submitting a PR even if you don't feel it's ready yet just to get some feedback from other devs on Github.
 

goku0907

New Member
I've reworked the remux dialog to support batch processing and drag/drop handling. See attached screenshot.

The code is available in a branch in my fork for testing, if anyone is interested. I'll probably put a PR in for it soon, after a little bit more time to make sure I'm not forgetting anything.
how to use exactly let me know.. Is it written as a developer version?
 
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